UPDATE 1-Tropical Storm Erika soaks Caribbean, headed for US East Coast

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Rescue Dogs In Path Of TS Erika Flown To South Florida.

FT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – As South Florida keeps an eye on Tropical Storm Erika’s progress, one agency is preparing to move a lot of rain water fast if it comes our way.Jeanne Follow up on damage and cleanup from Hurricane Jeanne in North Pinellas.–3) A sailboat sits on the northside of the Dunedin Causeway on Monday morning (9/27/04) after having washed ashore from the wind of Hurricane Jeanne. They added that central command and field staff were monitoring the storm and standing by to move any potential flood water that could impact South Florida.

The agency said they have much better tools than 10 years ago, when hurricanes Katrina and Wilma hit, to predict where the impacts from a storm are going to be. Lauderdale. “With the threat of Tropical Storm Erika bearing down in their back yard, they are very concerned about the animals they have there, so we have agreed to take two shipments of dogs,” said HSBC’s Director of Marketing Cherie Wachter. Operations Division Director Jeff Kivett added that they structure maintenance during the dry season to ensure their facilities our ready to operate during a storm. Most of them are puppies and young adults. “We’ve had people adopt them in the past and when those dogs have passed away, they want another Sato,” said Wachter. “There’s something a little extra special about them.”

If your vessel is stored in the water and you want to motor to safety, take it up a river or creek, where it can ride out the storm surge out of the wind. Once the storm has passed, keep in mind that familiar aids to navigation — buoys and channel markers — may be torn away from their usual positions.

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